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the former nba star. reports that kim jong-un held a lavic dinner with dennis and they had a roasted pig and all girl orchestra that played theme songs from dallas and rocky. here's the band from earlier this year. ♪ ♪ and less interesting news, the u.s. is fully capable of defending on an attack. north korea responded with this statement. ♪ ♪ >> point taken awesome guitar player. north korea clearly loves rocky. pop culture, we send sly stallone to north korea and forget rodman, rocky. >> they love locky movies. >> you are terrible. terrible. >> is that why everybody said something mechanicly correct that that is terrible. >> i couldn't give a -- >> north korea, come on, that is threatening, like justin bieber threatening night. if you buy stuff made in north korea it snaps in three seconds. >> it is an interesting point that no one takes north korean's threats seriously because they seem they are inept. >> if someone said we are going to nuke you and blow you up no matter what. shouldn't our administration say. >> no you are not. >> we are going to wag the finger. >> it is like
greeted their leader kim jong-un during his made for tv inspection tour of military border facilities. kim wants the world to see this as he has dramatically stepped up his dangerous rhetoric. he's even threatening a nuclear threat as he faces tough u.n. sanctions for the nuclear test. the obama administration isn't backing down. >> we're also going to continue to increase the pressure if they don't make the right choice. >> reporter: on his way to afghanistan, defense secretary chuck hagel made clear how closely the u.s. was watching. >> the united states of america and our allies are prepared to deal with any threat. >> cnn has learned the u.s. has recently stepped up surveillance using aircraft, radars, and satellites already nearby. military officials say so far there are no signs of unusual military moves by the north. but there is a disturbing new weapons program, the kn-08. u.s. officials say this missile, shown in a north korea military parade last year, is now undergoing engine testing. it's a three-stage ballistic missile with a potential 3,000 mile range. that's not as far as th
what our supreme commander kim jong-un wants. no matter what anyone says victory is ours. >> reporter: this is propaganda but very patriotic statements coming out of pyongyang. i think the international community's obviously concerned, will this mean all-out war. >>> i think it's prepare tearma say that. having been in south korea recently, this will raise tensions even more so. >> anna, china, which is a key north korean ally, is supporting these sanctions against north korea. that's not necessarily what you expect, right? >> reporter: no, exactly. china has been a big supporter. if the only supporter really of north korea, the biggest treading partner, providing fuel and food and for china to come out and bank the sanctions from the missile test in december and on to the nuclear test last month to come out and say, yes, north korea needs to be punished, this is a big move because, in the past, china has certainly had some influence over what north korea does. you'd have to assume, considering that north korea continues to go against the international community, that china's influenc
into a sea of fire. the new leader kim jong un vowing to break his country's peace pact with south korea. and missile tests from pyongyang prompting new u.n. sanctions. so what do you think? as tensions rise in the region, should the u.s. respond to north korean provocations, or not? weigh in on the "nightline" facebook page or tweet us @nightline. thanks for watching abc news. we hope you check in on "good morning america." they'll have the latest on the winter storm battering the northeast. and a controversial new tsa decision that allows passengers to carry knives onboard. gma is working while you're sleeping and we're always online at abcnews.com. have a great weekend. see you back here monday. ñtút!tp
by the escalating threats from the country's unpredictable dictator, kim jong-un, including talk of a nuclear strike on the western coast of the united states. barbara starr's "outfront" at the pentagon. >> reporter: almost hysterical north korean troops greeted their leader, kim jong-un, during his made for tv inspection tour of military border facilities. kim wants the world to see this as he has dramatically stepped up his dangerous rhetoric. on his way to afghanistan, defense secretary chuck hagel made clear how closely the u.s. is watching. >> the united states of america and our allies are prepared to deal with any threat. >> reporter: cnn has learned the u.s. has recently stepped up surveillance using aircraft, radars, and satellites already nearby. military officials say, so far, there are no signs of unusual military moves by the north. but there is a disturbing new weapons program, the kn-08. u.s. officials say this missile, shown in a north korean military parade last year, is now undergoing engine testing. it's a three-stage ballistic missile with a potential 3,000-mile range. that's not
with a new round of sanctions. its young leader kim jong-un took a boat to inspect fences along the border. they claim there is already a long-range nuclear missile ready to fly. the regime has cut off a hotline used to communicate with south korea. all after tough new sanctions against north korea were approved yesterday at the u.n. analysts say they're years away from perfecting a nuclear weapon. >>> and in venezuela, 30 heads of state are expected at the funeral today for the late president hugo chavez. his body will be embalmed and displayed forever at a military museum there. the u.s. sent a diplomatic delegation to the funeral. later today his hand-picked successor will be sworn in as venezuela's acting president. >>> from the vatican now, one catholic cardinal from the u.s. says the decision on when to start the conclave at which the next pope will be elected is expected soon. all the cardinals have arrived there. and that american cardinal says there's a mood of excitement among them. but there is a bit of disagreement. some u.s. cardinals are calling for more meetings to get on th
. this comes at the end of the week in which kim jong-un ended the 60-year peace deal with south korea and threatened the united states with a preemptive nuclear attack. joining me now is william cohen and, sir, i'm so glad you're here because this is kind of frightening jargon that's coming out of kim jong-un. i mean, is there any way to gauge how serious these threats are? to make sure this isn't all just bluster? >> well, there is a lot of bluster, but i think that he would understand that any threat to the united states that he seeks to carry out would be met with a response that certainly would alter the geography in that region of the world. and i think what we have to do, three things, number one, we have to lower the rhetoric, which we have done. we have to increase the training and readiness, which we're also doing of our troops in the region along with the south korean forces. and what we also have to do is intensify the sanctions against the north korean regime, which we're doing. and the final thing is president obama said we will reach out to you with an open hand, but we
that covered everythingquester cuts. >>> china backs the u.n. with new sanctions against north korea and kim jong-un. some of the items on the banned list, luxury yachts and race cars. more details on that, straight ahead. >>> first, our top story here at 5:30 a.m. in new york city. senator rand paul's filibuster may have done more to expose rifts among republicans than it did to draw attention to the administration's policy on drone strikes. the kentucky republican's nearly 13-hour stand on the senate floor was praised in a wide range of political circles from peace activists to the tea party. but some fellow republicans, including senators john mccain and lindsey graham are slamming rand's public protest and members of their own party have joined in. >> the country needs more senators who care about liberty. but if mr. paul wants to be taken seriously, he needs to do more than pull political stunts that fire up impressionable libertarian kids in their college dorms. he needs to know what he's talking about. >> to my republican colleagues, i don't remember any of you coming down here sugges
this kim jong-un is not being well received. and i think they are trying to kind of boost his status to some sort of wartime leader. owe obviously, it bears very close watching. >> this just the latest sign of the rising tensions between the two koreas. the north has put its military units on combat-ready status following joint military exercises between south korea and the united states and the recent united nations sanctions against the north. man through chance is at the border between north and south korea. good morning, matthew. >> reporter: carol, good morning. that's right. a lot of tension is growing here. those latest statements coming from north korea. saying they've cut off that key hot line between the two militaries north and south. it's significant because there aren't that many opportunities for the two militaries which face off across that border. to communicate with each other. and so, this is obviously, you know, going to impact potentially on communication between the two sides, particularly over the -- what's calls the industrial complex. that's where the hot line
taken action proving it is taking these new threats from kim jong-un's government seriously and jim avila has been watching it all night long. good morning to you, jim. >> reporter: good morning, josh. the united states using its military to send a stern message the united states sent two b-2 stealth bombers in a nonstop flight 6500 miles round trip over the pacific to drop dummy ammunitions over south korean training field. the military says it was to demonstrate the commitment of the united states to defend the republic of korea. this after rising tensions after north korea and south korea, the closing of the border and yesterday warning that war could be imminent between south korea and an attack on the united states. the u.s. sending a stern message. perhaps hopefully reducing that tension, this picture which has gone viral on the errant showing north korea's military leaders looking at an antiquated computer. the white house is not laughing at that picture. their reaction is north korea's rhetoric and the threats that they engage in follow a pattern designed to raise tensions a
about bellicosity. kim jong un is really, i mean, quite beside himself, threatening nuclear devastation, visiting it upon the united states. your thoughts about how the united states should react. >> yeah. lou: white house has already said, no, we'll handle your nuclear threat, thank you very much. >> that doesn't make me feel reassured. well, if you go ahead -- a, you're going to have nuclear weapons, b, you might launch them at us, but don't worry, we'll take care of them. we would be laughing at these guys between dennis rodman and the music video, but the fact is he's getting his hands on nuclear weapons, and there'll be proliferation in south korea and japan. you'll see more nukes in the region. in five years we could have five more nuclear power. lou: and, ambassador, 30,000 of our troops on the dmz in south korea. isn't it about time that we remove those troops? because they are clearly in harm's way and would amount to very little in the way of resistance should he send forces over that line or missiles or rockets. >> well, the plan is to bring the troops back away from the dmz
are new images of kim jong-un and his troops, although the date of this video is unclear. >> extraordinary video. they're all following him into the icy waters there. on thursday north korea threatened a preemptive nuclear attack on its enemies. they say seoul will respond strongly to any provocation. that is north korea in february. >> it is extraordinary to watch. oh my goodness. >>s i was also surprised that the boat that the leader is on is rather modest. >> that is devotion. about 60,000 members meantime of the u.s. customs and border protection services are awaiting for the belt to tighten. they got word this week that furloughs are coming, along with a hiring freeze, no overtime and a big chop in training. >> yes, officials say the forced spending cuts, that's what is making them find a way to save more than $750 million by the end of september. they're expecting the furloughs, budget cuts, of course, delays and other snags at the nation's airports. >> bioy, oh, boy. >>> a member of osama bin laden's family stood in a new york city courtroom today. >> sualaiman abu ghaith heard char
kim jong un. rodman is there filming "basketball diplomacy." >>brian: you know what kim jong un said? he believes it can bring our countries closer together. they hit it off. they had that magic. >>steve: can we live without him? >>gretchen: he's been out of the news for awhile. i think we can hand him over there for a couple of years. see if he can get something done. >>brian: we'll follow dennis rodman. also if we have time, sequester talk. no deal as of late. the deadline without lawmakers reaching a deal. at 11:59 tonight it will kick in. >> remember, large majorities of both houses of congress voted in favor of the budget control act knowing that if the debt-reducing super committee failed then sequestration was possible. that super committee did fail back in 2011 and fast forward to yesterday when congress adjourned for the weekend with no deal in place to avoid the automatic cuts that go into effect by midnight. republican senator lindsay graham said the white house and congress share the blame for what's coming. >> you've got one obligation that nobody in this body has. you'r
his new relationship with kim jong un. >> he is my friend. i don't condone what he does. as far as person to person, he is my friend. >> the trip was planned and filmed by vice media for an upcoming hbo series. the group toured pyongyang and unexpectedly hung out with the young leader, seen courtside during the exhibition game and later sharing dinner and drinks. kim, reported to be a big fan of the chicago bulls during their h heyday. >> one thing he asked me to give obama something to say. he wants obama to do one thing. call him. he said, if you can, dennis, i don't want to do war. he said that to me. >> a request that's getting the attention of the state department. >> mr. rodman does not represent the united states. he has never been a player in our diplomacy. >> reporter: apprentice all-stars. >> he has worn wedding dresses. he gets piercings, tattoos. he loves the publicity, whether it's good or bad. >> reporter: experts say this latest move, just weeks after north korea defiantly conducted a third nuclear test, could actually complicate the diplomatic process. >> shows s
in a museum. >> kim jong-un visits troops near the south korean border, causing a frenzy. this comes just hours after north korea stepped up its nuclear threats against the u.s. >> the cat haven where a lion attacked and killed an intern on wednesday has reopened. meanwhile, california fish and wildlife authorities have taken swabs from the lion's remains. the lion used its paws to pick at a gate and get inside an enclosure before getting at the intern. >> and a rough time for justin bieber in london. he shared this photo last night. he went there after shortness of breath during a concert, and this morning, he got into an altercation with a photographer. >> what did you say? what did you say? >> not exactly a good week for him. anderson. >> no, it was not. thanks very much. >> two pet tortoises get romantic with each other and made it straight on to the ridiculist. [ male announcer ] at his current pace, bob will retire when he's 153, which would be fine if bob were a vampire. but he's not. ♪ he's an architect with two kids and a mortgage. luckily, he found someone who gave him a fresh
display in a glass casket at a military museum. >> a wild scene from north korean tv. kim jong-un visits troops near the south korean border, causing a frenzy. this comes just hours after north korea stepped up its nuclear threats against the u.s. >> the cat haven where a lion attacked and killed an intern on wednesday has reopened. meanwhile, california fish and wildlife authorities have taken swabs of the teeths and claws from the lion's remains. the lion used its paws to pick at a gate and get inside an enclosure before killing the intern. >> and a rough time for justin bieber in london. he shared this photo last night from the hospital. he went there after shortness of breath during a concert, and this morning, he got into an altercation with a photographer. >> what did you say? what did you say? >> not exactly a good week for him. anderson. >> no, it was not. thanks very much. >>> coming up, two pet tortoises get romantic with each other and made it straight on to the ridiculist. at od, whatever business you're in, that's the business we're in with premium service like one of the be
of north korea, kim jong-un, if you're watching this, that doesn't get our attention, threatening us. you have to do something to makes us focus on you like date a kardashian or punch justin bieber. that will get a lot of attention. we follow pop culture more than this stuff. nobody feels north korea is a threat. it's really an empty threat to us. at the same time, the u.n. is considering more sanctions, just voted for more sanctions and he's threatening us to show he's a responsible leader. he's not. i don't think anyone's paying attention. that's the reality. >> did i just see a kardashian -- >> date a kardashian. >> talking about pop culture, i think one of the most interesting pop culture stories this week and the biggest was my friend and yours joy behar leaving "the view." she's been there since the beginning, 16 years. that's one of the biggest jobses in show business in talk and she's deciding to leave. and she's a comedienne and probably is going back to do just that. >> i got on "the view" twice. it was because of joy. she saw he perform in a new york comedy club. i think she's
dictator kim jong-un saying north korea is not a paper tiger. it wouldn't be smart to dismiss its provocative behavior as pure bluster. this is serious. and outfront tonight, matthew chance, on the island of pyeongyo pyeongyong. how big of a step is the move to server the military hotline? >> well, they've done that before. but it's still a pretty big step. there are more than a million troops facing up against each other across one of the most volatile borders in the world. and so there are very few channels of communications between those two militaries. so when one of them is severed like this, obviously increases the possibility of a miscalculation of a misstep that could potentially escalate into something more serious. and that's one of the big concerns now. there's so little trust between the two sides, so little opportunity for them to communicate and coordinate. that could lead to something very dangerous indeed, erin. >> matthew, some people might say what were the hotlines really used for if they were only for emergencies? maybe they weren't really used. maybe this isn'
fanatic response to kim jong-un as he visited a military camp near the south korean border. troops raising their arms in apparent joy. as he left, soldiers and people from a nearby village chasing, look at them go, through the water, towards his boat, swarming the beach, wading into the freeding cold water, there he is waving good-bye, sending him off. but the reason for his visit to this area, it is a frightening one. this was all part of the young leader's swift and defiant response to u.n. sanctions against north korea. cnn international's veteran reporter, anchor, everything else, jim clancy, in the studio here. we know that the sanctions were unanimously approved, so explain to me what kim jong-un was doing in the hours afterwards. >> well, you know, i looked at that video and i thought to myself -- >> what was that? >> they really would be cheering if he was actually leaving the country, because it is a devastated wreck. he is on the ropes. he is more isolated than ever. this is all staged. we know that. >> propaganda. >> it is a propaganda film put together with a great leader there
. they are very concerned about the north's latest moves. look past the picture of kim jong un putting north korean rockets on standby. there is a chart marked u.s. mainland strike plan with missile trails at hawaii, california, d.c. and, for some reason, austin, texas. it's wishful thinking on pyongyang's part. they can't reach the u.s. yet. but tens of thousands of oh american troops are well within range of a more limited strike, something short of an all-out attack. >> i think it's more in the sense of north korea kind of getting right up to the edge, stumbling and falling over the edge. >> reporter: former ambassador chris hill says the real danger is the north shelling a border island like it did in 2010. hill says there is a wild card here that worries the u.s. young, inexperienced kim jong un's desire to prove himself as a leader. >> i think north koreans have their daughtoubts about whether kid is up to it. >> reporter: so far the rhetoric has not been matched by military moves. but it has no foreseeable end game and could go on for a while. north korea's protested on the streets on
missile attack. what the greater fear is kim jong u.n., kim the younger trying to prove himself and the military commanders trying to flex their power. some experts worry that that could lead to an attack not against the united states directly but against one of our allies, japan or south korea. shep? what did the united nations do today that is supposed to help prevent all of this. >> they introduced a series of measure in this security council resolution that are designed to stop north korea importing or crucially exporting nuclear technologies and stop the flow of cash that goes along with those kinds of exchanges of technology according to the u.s. ambassador to the u.n. susan rice, these are some of the strongest punishments the security council has ever put together. listen. >> taken together these sanctions will bite and bite hard. they increase north korea's isolation and raise the cost to north korea's leaders of defying the international community. >> now, importantly here, china has not just signed on to this resolution but, in fact, drafted it. but their words will b
leader kim jong-un was seen today touring his military facilities and inspecting troops guarding the border with south korea. the north has promised to retaliate for new sanctions passed by the u.n. one general even claimed to have a long-range missile standing by armed with nuclear warheads. although experts agree north korea is not capable of that yet. >>> while millions of americans shovel snow this morning, there's a new report on climate change. that is heating up discussion of the issue. scientists confirm that global temperatures are the warmest they have been in some 4,000 years. and although climate change is natural, they say such rapid warming is a threat because we don't have much time to adapt to it, as we have in the past. >>> and in miami, the mayor's apologized to an 82-year-old woman seen here being forced off a commuter train because she was singing. the security guard, you can see here, dragged emma anderson through an open door. she eventually fell on the platform. the transit official defended the move, though, saying that anderson didn't have a permit to sin
april 30th that's when kim jong un the young north korean leader may try to do something, an attention-getting exercise if you will and he may miscalculate. without this hotline between the two countries it's very risky. defense secretary chuck hagel spoke to his south korean counterpart yesterday. there could be misunderstanding without this hotline and things are very tense right now. jenna: do we have any idea in the north koreans know about these stealth bombers, we know they are closed to outside press. we are seeing these images, but do we have any indication that the public is in north korea r-r. >> reporter: they may be closed to the outside press. their military is monitoring what the south koreans and the u.s. is doing. the u.s. and the pentagon are clear in wanting to release a press release on the b-2 nights. they announced on monday the b52 flights. they are sending a very clear message and there is no doubt that the north korean leader and the military know that these flights took place. jenna: we'll continue to watch this story, a big one eights is, thank you. jon: we ar
their leader, kim jong-un, during his made-for-tv inspection tour of military border facilities. kim wants the world to see this as he has dramatically stepped up his dangerous rhetoric. he's even threatening a nuclear attack on the u.s. as he faces tough u.n. sanctions for his recent nuclear test. the obama administration isn't backing down. >> we're also going to continue to increase the pressure if they don't make the right choice. >> reporter: on his way to afghanistan, defense secretary chuck hagel made clear how closely the u.s. is watching. >> the united states of america and our allies are prepared to deal with any threat. >> reporter: cnn has learned the u.s. has recently stepped up surveillance using aircraft, radars and satellites already nearby. military officials say so far there are no signs of unusual military moves by the north. but there is a disturbing new weapons program, the kn-08. u.s. officials say this missile shown in a north korean military parade last year, is now undergoing engine testing. it's a three-stage ballistic missile with a potential 3,000-mile range. th
by the new leadership. >> reporter: with a new north korean leader kim jong-un becoming increasingly confrontational with the u.s., the international community is watching this closely now. north korea conducting military exercises on their side of the border while the u.s. and south korea on their side started a annual joint exercise that including 10,000 south koreans and 3,000 americans. those joint military drills begin today and will last for 11 days. jenna. jenna: we'll talk about more of this during the show. steve, thank you. jon: john boehner says he is far from done as being house speak, but the gop needs to do a better job this from a wide-ranging interview with "roll call" where speaker boehner was asked how his members interpret the results of election and the unpopularity of the gop according to some polls and boehner had this answer. >> we have one house of congress an congress is the favorite whipping boy for americans for centuries. i don't expect that to change. we lost the presidential election in november. there are lessons we have to learn from that. we have to d
korea's increasingly aggressive stance against the united states. state media reports leader kim jong-un has ordered that rockets be put on standby ready to be fired at u.s. targets in the pacific. north korea issued this latest threat after the u.s. confirmed that it has b-2 stealth bombers over south korea as part of joint military exercises. the north considers those exercises a threat of war by the united states. >>> and the father of a former u.s. soldier now charged with conspiring with al qaeda in iraq as he fought in syria says that his son is no terrorist. in fact, he says that his son eric harroun is a hero for fighting alongside syria's opposition. the fbi arrested harroun on tuesday near dulles airport in virginia. they charged him with conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction outside of the united states, specifically a rocket-propelled grenade. >>> what a run it has been for the s&p 500. yesterday's closing bell the index's 500 large u.s. companies put an exclamation point on a really impressive four-year rally. finishing up six points to close at an all-time record h
today one showing north korean kim jong-un in front of a map of the u.s. saying u.s. mainland strike plan. >>> we have more on new video from north korea. good morning, preeti. >> reporter: north korea is angry and making threats. the u.s. is not taking them lightly and stands shoulder to shoulder with its allies. thousands of soldiers marched in north korea today in support of their leader and his call to arms as tensions escalate the leader threatens toic too the u.s. ordering its forces to be on standby. all this comes after the u.s. in a rare admission after b-2 stealth bombers were sent and then returned home. >> those exercises are mostly to assure our allies that they can count on us to be prepared and to help them deter conflict. >> reporter: the u.s. launched the mission hours after north korea cut off communications with the south. these stealth bombers are powerful, capable of dropping 16 nuclear bombs, each on a different target. officials say the use of these bo
by rheumatologists. >> first of all, obviously don't worry. military experts say kim jong un doesn't have even close to the fire power necessary to assault the united states. in fact, look at this footage of north korea's latest missile launch. [laughter] [applause] >>gretchen: we hope that's all they're capable of currently. >> don't you remember they and iran would do photo shopping in extra missiles? >> there was a headline on drudge that said the united states can stop north korea's missile. it's not that one. it looks like a water rocket. >>steve: brian's off. clayton's in with us. good to have you. if you're worried that you missed anything on "fox & friends" this week, don't. >>gretchen: stop worrying because we put the highlights together. here's a look at some of those. >>brian: "fox & friends" has been turned on by you, and we start now. >> don't hurt him. you're carrying high, all of a sudden i'm a gynecologist. >> if you're carrying up here, carrying high, you must be carrying a girl. >> could be carrying low. >>brian: why are you yelling at me? >> victoria is outside. >> is your boyfrie
of putting a nuclear warhead on its missile. kim jong-un was reviewing his troops after state television said it would launch a preemptive strike against the u.s. even if that is an empty threat, the u.s. could be drawn into a military clash to defend south korea. today south korea said if pyongyang attacked its country, it would erase north korea from the face of the earth. south korea and japan are now increasingly worried as the threat level reaches new heights under this new young leader, only 28 years old, and already he is really changing the landscape of threats. >> a story we are keeping a close eye on. andrea mitchell in washington, thank you. >>> >>> counterterrorism adviser john brennan was approved by the senate thursday as the new cia director. the vote came after the obama administration assured opponents that the u.s. would not use a drone to kill an american terror suspect who is not engaged in combat on american soil. >>> in venezuela, a hero's sendoff today for hugo chavez, a harsh critic of the u.s. who ruled for 14 years. nbc's mark potter is in caracas. good morning, mark
of southern california. >>> more tough talks this morning from north korea and the regime of kim jong-un. today, north korea said it has cut off a key hotline with south korea, a move that increases the already high tensions in that region. a hotline had allowed cross-border travel to a jointly run industrial complex. north korea is doing that because in its words, war could break out at any moment. >>> magnitude 6 earthquake strung over taiwan. at least one person was killed crushed by a collapsing. falling objects -- >> a new sinkhole is apparently opened up three miles from where a man was killed by a sinkhole less than a month ago. this would be the fourth sinkhole in the area near tampa, florida, this month. a 37-year-old man died when his house was swallowed. tuesday, two families evacuated their duplex. officials are testing the soil around the homes. >>> now for a look at what's trending today. our quick roundup of what has you talking online. there is outrage on yahoo and elsewhere over a specialty food store in australia that charges customers a $5 looking fee. if they buy noth
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